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University of California Begins Project Studying the Use of Digitized Books in Academic Libraries

The University of California (UC)–Davis announced the following:

The University of California libraries—which comprise the largest university research library in the world—are launching a landmark research project to investigate the potential for expanded lawful use of digitized books held by academic and research libraries.

The Mellon Foundation is providing $1.1 million support for Project LEND (Library Expansion of Networked Delivery), a two-year project that the UC Davis Library will lead on behalf of the 10-campus UC system.

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